01 - Intro
02 - Great Big Fiery Ball In The Sky >
03 - Dig
04 - Jam >
05 - Cut Me Some Slack
06 - Escher's Etchings* >
07 - Cosmic Spaceway Rhyme
08 - Shakedown Street >
09 - Attraction To Shade Ditty >
10 - Inner Glimpse
01 - No Regret >
02 - Gravity
03 - Intro
04 - Tribal Funk Affliction
05 - See The Light >
06 - LDZ >
07 - Phaddy Boom Baddy
01 - Question Mark And The Mind >
02 - Beef Barley
03 - Buquebus >
04 - What The Funk >
05 - Mooboo's Voodoo (Episode 2)** >
06 - Born To Be Wild
* With 'I Can See Clearly Now' tease.
** With 'All Things Reconsidered' and 'Close Encounters Of The Third Kind' teases.
September 17, 2008 Subject:
that wasn't me! that last review was for a different concert! the computer misplaced my first review ever...jeeeez. This one has the sound i was looking for. love ya
October 5, 2006 Subject:
Yep....it's excellent. Just kinda wrote this to say that for some reason, Fiery Ball reminds me of Schoolhouse Rock. If I heard this song when I was 8 years old, I'd still remember it.
Can't possible ask for a better sounding recording.
March 14, 2006 Subject:
The best two-night run on The Breakfast archive
These two shows at Cafe Nine are the best sounding, hottest and most high-energy shows on the archive. They find new ways to play and approach the songs here. Hot and Fresh. Get these two first.
November 12, 2005 Subject:
awesome awesome show
the gravity is a mindbender. tribal funk affliction rages. fun phaddy boom baddy.real funky beef barley. Buquebus is tranced out, angular madness. almost bisco-sounding at times (thumbs up!). the envelope filter and wah are in full narsty effect all night. no one envelopes like timmy. what the funk is a monster!! eppy 2 induces smiles.
this show is huge, with funk to spare. slow in a couple spots, but what show by what artist isnt? 5 stars.